They viewed the cleanup as being necessary given their responsibility for the disaster.
Unlike game day, there are no accidents or “puppy fouls” on the field today and cleanup time is minimal.
Israel has returned the vehicle and the bodies to Egypt, allowing them to handle all of the cleanup of the affair.
Additionally, his Superfund law has led to the cleanup of dozens of toxic waste sites throughout the country.
According to the EPA, which put the site on the National Priorities List in 1983, cleanup is nearly complete.
Besides the cleanup features a display of toilet articles and wearing apparel had to be made.
Mrs. Cloam will take care of you, and find all that is needful for a warrior's cleanup.
A detail of men were left at Blancheville to cleanup; overtaking the outfit later on single mount.
We'll go to fifty thousand dollars or so on a cleanup job, and you use that.
cleanup of pollution as complex as that evolved in the 20th century has to be across the board.
An intensive effort or campaign against crime, filth, etc, of the sort periodically undertaken by the authorities: The Mayor vowed another definitive cleanup of the Times Square area (1920s+)
[baseball sense fr the sanguine notion that the first three hitters will reach base and the bases will be emptied, cleaned up, by the fourth hitter]